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Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/07/2011 12:46 AM
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I live near there. The Cactus, Tom Graineys and 6th and Main.
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05/07/2011 12:48 AM
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I hope you hated your job because you might not be welcome back.

Just doesn't seem like a smart thing to do. Discretion man...
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Do you remember The Police - Canary In A Coalmine ?
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05/07/2011 12:50 AM
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Hutchinson's "mines/caves" are still active. They are open to the public for tours and stuff. It's supposedly one of the "LARGEST SALT MINES" around.
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05/07/2011 12:50 AM
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OP,
This place you are talking about in called the (CAVES) I go there every thursday to the CARGO LARGO auction. there is nothing goimng on here. It is a underground storage. But the public can enter at anytime they want you just have to sign your name to the security log no ID needed
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05/07/2011 12:51 AM

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One of the residing companies...

[link to www.caverntechnologies.com]

Our site is enshrined in a fortress of limestone 125 feet below the Midwest prairie. You’d never know by looking at the amber waves of grain billowing on the surface, but the central nervous systems of numerous world-class organizations are housed below.

Being subterranean affords a level of security, stability and flexibility with which ground-level sites simply can not compete.

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Awsome I loaded out of Kerry and have not Googled them yet.
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05/07/2011 12:52 AM
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I can tell you one thing if this country doesn't make it..
I hope they don't either! Who would need them at that point?
They should have a little dignity and go down with the ship.. be up on the front lines not in some bunker..After all they would have allowed it to happen..
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Maybe we can help them along a bit by lashing them to the mast.
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I can tell you one thing if this country doesn't make it..
I hope they don't either! Who would need them at that point?
They should have a little dignity and go down with the ship.. be up on the front lines not in some bunker..After all they would have allowed it to happen..
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Those aren't bunkers, they are tombs. The survivors will just fill in the the entrances with rocks and cement. They can stay their asses in there and be buried alive.
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Can you imagine what would happen to these people after a disaster if they emerged well fed, fat and healthy amongst thousands of bedraggled survivors who'd lost loved ones? It wouldn't be pretty.
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05/07/2011 12:53 AM
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The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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05/07/2011 12:53 AM
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Thanks. Interesting anyway, didn't know KANSAS had these, but it will be high and dry too during earth changes.
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There are a few around Kansas City and a couple more in Soutwest Mo.
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I live in southeast south of poplar bluff mo where in southwest mo if you can say
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I live in Branson and they have a bunch of em around here...many are on private land that i can't get to without the risk of getting into some trouble...but...i don't mind a nice lil hike in the woods and this lil country girl can play lost...I'm from PB btw ;)
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05/07/2011 12:54 AM

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Do we want this guy driving trucks on
roads our wives and children travel?
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I am female and where did unsafe driving come into the picture?
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05/07/2011 12:56 AM

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While watching Obama at Ft. Campbell today, my mother
told about how after the war my dad (as a civilian)
worked at Ft. Campbell helping to dig out miles of
underground tunnels under the base.

Is it normal for an military base to have vast
underground tunnels?
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what do you deliver OP?
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I loaded there I picked up "berry clusters" going to Kellogg.
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you mean they stored processed food there? for you to deliver to retailers? weird..
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Yes.

But it is not weird to store these products in the caves because it is easier to keep the caves cool then it is an above ground warehouse.
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05/07/2011 12:57 AM
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I can tell you one thing if this country doesn't make it..
I hope they don't either! Who would need them at that point?
They should have a little dignity and go down with the ship.. be up on the front lines not in some bunker..After all they would have allowed it to happen..
 Quoting: ceawaves


Those aren't bunkers, they are tombs. The survivors will just fill in the the entrances with rocks and cement. They can stay their asses in there and be buried alive.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1116806


Can you imagine what would happen to these people after a disaster if they emerged well fed, fat and healthy amongst thousands of bedraggled survivors who'd lost loved ones? It wouldn't be pretty.
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It's not going to be pretty ,but going to ground isn't going to help them.

What is coming will make being underground about the worst choice you could make. Geological upheavals of previously unknown intensity.



They will be creating their own hell, at best.
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05/07/2011 12:58 AM
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One of the residing companies...

[link to www.caverntechnologies.com]

Our site is enshrined in a fortress of limestone 125 feet below the Midwest prairie. You’d never know by looking at the amber waves of grain billowing on the surface, but the central nervous systems of numerous world-class organizations are housed below.

Being subterranean affords a level of security, stability and flexibility with which ground-level sites simply can not compete.

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Awsome I loaded out of Kerry and have not Googled them yet.
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well at some point in the future after the changes, man will likely live more and more underground, preserving the surface for exploration and nature, plus some nice stuff like skiing and the like. many advances civilizations do this.

And we do have underground civilizations ON this planet. Reptilians were removed because of up coming earth changes and most were not ready for the ascension activities, but there are others who are still here who are very advanced.
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Re: Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.
The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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OK you just scared me and made me think even further into what I saw today.
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OP,
This place you are talking about in called the (CAVES) I go there every thursday to the CARGO LARGO auction. there is nothing goimng on here. It is a underground storage. But the public can enter at anytime they want you just have to sign your name to the security log no ID needed
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Whats your location?
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bigger pics pls
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Re: Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.
The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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OK you just scared me and made me think even further into what I saw today.
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don't be scared on that one OP, as the elite are not going to keep the planet anyway, and they have long placed records out of DC anyway, they know it's going into the sea.
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05/07/2011 01:02 AM
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Interesting, wonder what made them go roaming in there
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05/07/2011 01:03 AM
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Well OP I doubt you will be making deliveries much longer. Better update that resume.
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05/07/2011 01:04 AM
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Re: Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.
The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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Yes, national archives is an odd thing to see in Kansas.

I know there are rumors that 'they' already know there is an incoming asteroid that is going to hit off of Manhattan as the final death rattle to their world 'order'.

Yellowstone is going to go off too, many geological upheavals of a wide variety.

There will probably be only a few tough nut survivors.

I don't think there'll be a bankster or an 'elite' among them to tell you the truth.
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05/07/2011 01:14 AM
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Yes, national archives is an odd thing to see in Kansas.

I know there are rumors that 'they' already know there is an incoming asteroid that is going to hit off of Manhattan as the final death rattle to their world 'order'.

Yellowstone is going to go off too, many geological upheavals of a wide variety.

There will probably be only a few tough nut survivors.

I don't think there'll be a bankster or an 'elite' among them to tell you the truth.
cruise
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well in my estimation the pics point to either a transference of the Archives OR everything could be being covertly copied and then transferred to the new site without raising any suspicions that physically emptying the Archives would bring. Very well could be a "seed ark" for technological designs and records. National Archives II..
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05/07/2011 01:16 AM
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do you know what kind of load you were hauling inside that trailer or was that off limits?
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don't be scared on that one OP, as the elite are not going to keep the planet anyway, and they have long placed records out of DC anyway, they know it's going into the sea.
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You dont know that and based on the plausibility of a what i previously mentioned what little evidence there is indicates the direct opposite of what you assert
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don't be scared on that one OP, as the elite are not going to keep the planet anyway, and they have long placed records out of DC anyway, they know it's going into the sea.
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You dont know that and based on the plausibility of a what i previously mentioned what little evidence there is indicates the direct opposite of what you assert
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I do happen to KNOW of what I speak and I don't speak it all, only bits and pieces.
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Re: Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.
The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371332


Yes, national archives is an odd thing to see in Kansas.

I know there are rumors that 'they' already know there is an incoming asteroid that is going to hit off of Manhattan as the final death rattle to their world 'order'.

Yellowstone is going to go off too, many geological upheavals of a wide variety.

There will probably be only a few tough nut survivors.

I don't think there'll be a bankster or an 'elite' among them to tell you the truth.
cruise
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Lets hope not.
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kinda cool that the license plate is still readable....opps
UUh...iz diz realz?
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do you know what kind of load you were hauling inside that trailer or was that off limits?
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Just food "Berry Bunches" going to Kelloggs.
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I do happen to KNOW of what I speak and I don't speak it all, only bits and pieces.
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Then i'm sure you wont mind backing up your assertion with some verifiable hard data...
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kinda cool that the license plate is still readable....opps
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Gee thanks for pointing that out.

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